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in this case. >>> now to the tragedy in lorton, virginia. a mother and two of her children killed in a fire, but her quick thinking saved the lives of her three other children. with flames all around her, she and her two -- or she told her two older children to jump out of a second story window and dropped her 2-month-old baby to safety. but there wasn't enough time to save everyone. the fire broke out inside a home on richmond, highway. peggy fox is live near the scene and, peggy, this is a real heartbreaker. >> it certainly is. >> reporter: as parents we know, we save our children first. save yourself later. well that's exactly what happened here this morning when this young family was awakened by the smell of smoke. >> and i knew the kids were still in there. c.i.a. c.i.a. >> i asked her where they were at and they said they are still in the house. and we couldn't do anything. >> reporter: there was nothing they could do but watch the home burn with a mother and two of her small children inside. the neighbors say the young mother sacrificed herself to save three of her five children, get
in eastern west virginia, they have a burning ban on there and an extreme drought, severe drought through culpepper up to western fairfax county. so really, they issued a drought watch for the entire metro area. let's try to conserve water and watch the fires and the cigarette buds. all right, clear skies tonight. it will be cool and crisp. winds diminish, turning off the ac, opening up the windows, not too far. low temperatures in the 50s. we're looking at low 50s in the burbs. 59 downtown. and 53 in bowie. 54 in manassas. tomorrow morning, great, sunshine, breezy and cool. 50s and 60s. by the afternoon, a gorgeous day. mostly sunny, breezy. still spectacular highs in the upper 70s. winds increase just a little bit at 10 to 15. all right, west of the device, you're in the 60s, but you're fighting the brisk in oakland. you'll need a sweater there all day. mid-70s, winchester, culpepper, almost 80. 77 in manassas. just beautiful. upper 70s on the water. small craft advisory for them. the next seven days, upper 70s tomorrow. 80 on saturday. again, dry for the turps game. then sunday, some s
to look into security after the virginia tech shooting. >> 80 doors, 80,000 visitors a week, it's difficult to secure any enterprise with all of those doorways. >> reporter: there are no magnetometers at this hospital or at most nationwide. after the gunfire, johns hopkins alerted employees via text messages telling them what happened and what they should do. that was followed by a round of e-mails to hospital workers. another security note, all hospital staff members have i.d. badges and all 80,000 visitors are given wristbands. reporting live from baltimore, andrea mccarran, 9 news now. >> andrea, thank you. and stay with 9 news now for the latest on the hospital shooting investigation. >>> now to another story that is also rooted in baltimore. paul brian palmer has been captured. we brought this story to you first last week. palmer apparently got away from baltimore police. they thought he might have gone to montgomery county. he and his pregnant girlfriend were captured this week in washington state. palmer was charged with attempted murder for a stabbing back in august but
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